Missing persons specialist Monica Caison is afraid that in this case, hormones are effecting the mental health of Pamela Biggers and that her mental illness will keep her from getting attacked.
I Hope The One Thing That Can Protect Her Is Her Mental Illness
Investigator Monica Caison never meets with someone who is trying to run away without a message.
Go In With A Message And Try To Get It Out To The Missing
With plans to expand his medical marijuana business, Cameron Remmer heads to San Francisco with a $30,000 wad of cash, checks into a luxury hotel, and then vanishes.
He Went Away To Buy $30K Of Marijuana And Never Returned
Brianna Kraemer left her Tucson, Arizona school, stepped into a car, and vanished. It's not the first time the 15-year-old has disappeared. Last time, she was lured away by a dangerous local family, and Brianna's parents believe they're involved ...
This Is Not The First Time She Was Taken By A Meth Gang
Sixteen-year-old Scarlett Deloach disappeared from her North Carolina home in the middle of the night. And while her mother is convinced she knows what happened to her, it's up to the family's private investigator to find out.
I'm Very Lucky That Nothing Happened To Me
In New York City, Doug and Cindy Putnam are searching for their 26-year-old son, Robin. He disappeared from an overnight train in Salt Lake City, and they spent more than a month scouring the area for clues.
Did He Decide To Disappear And Become Homeless On Purpose?
For five months, 18-year-old Nicole Martindale has been on the run with her dangerous outlaw boyfriend. And the case takes a dramatic turn when she surfaces and makes contact with the family.
She's On the Run With Her Outlaw Boyfriend, But Is It Her Choice?
Sixteen-year-old Scarlett Deloach disappeared from her North Carolina home in the middle of the night. Her flyers keep getting torn down, which means she still may be in the area.
Is She Tearing Down Her Own Missing Posters?
Investigator Monica Caison is using her past as a runaway to help find runaways today.
This Investigator's Unique Experience Helps Her Find Runaways
Fifteen-year-old Alexandra Lowitzer gets off a bus in Spring, Texas, and disappears without a trace. Now four years later, her parents have uncovered a new lead that takes them to a crack house in Columbus, Ohio.
I'm Going In the Crack House To Buy Her